Direct numerical simulations of the double scalar mixing layer . Part I : Passive scalar mixing and dissipation

@inproceedings{Chaa2006DirectNS,
  title={Direct numerical simulations of the double scalar mixing layer . Part I : Passive scalar mixing and dissipation},
  author={Chong M. Chaa and Stephen M. de Bruyn Kops and Mikael Mortensen},
  year={2006}
}
The double scalar mixing layer DSML is a canonical problem for studying the mixing of multiple streams and, with reaction, combustion of the partially premixed type. In a DSML, a third stream consisting of a premixture of the reactants is introduced in between the pure fuel and air streams of the classic twin-feed or binary mixing problem. The well-known presumed probability density function PDF , such as the -PDF, can adequately model passive scalar mixing for the binary mixing problem on… CONTINUE READING
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